Central Coast Pet Emergency is seeking an experienced Veterinarian interested in coming onboard to lead our team as a Medical Director!
What we’re offering:
Up to 25% production! Our full-time doctors can expect a total annual pay upwards of $250,000 or more, including production!
MDVM annual leadership bonus as well as additional bonus incentives tied to hospital performance.
Fully equipped practice: new flexible endoscope, new digital radiography, a high-quality ultrasound, in-house lab analyzers, two oxygen cages, and paper-lite records (EzyVet and SmartFlow). If you want equipment or meds we don’t have, we’re flexible about acquiring it!
Paid vacation, paid CE, CE allowance, medical/dental/vision, 401k, all the good stuff! We are also flexible for “extra benefits” such as gym membership, car wash, etc.
Highly collaborative environment
Great tech and management support
About the area:
We are located on the stunning, picturesque Central Coast of California, where rugged coastline, lush nature, sweeping farmland, and pristine wine country coalesce
You can spend a morning fishing or kayaking in Morro Bay, and then take a gorgeous drive through the mountains for lunch and wine tasting in Paso Robles.
“Heavy traffic” means 5 minutes of slowing down, and the overall cost of living is less than the big cities.
What we’re most proud of:
Teamwork is not a buzzword for us, we thrive in a truly friendly, collaborative, happy atmosphere. Our doctor team is tightly knit, welcoming, and loves to teach and learn from each other.
Our doctors say their favorite parts of working here are the amazing, fun team environment, the support from their leadership, and the chance to make a huge impact in the community, as well as excellent compensation and benefits.
Duties and Responsibilities
Advancing Medical Care
Oversees surgical and medical cases for all doctors, ensuring positive outcomes, accurate estimates, and client communication and education
Answers client questions and concerns regarding medical and surgical procedures
Provides oversight and direction of medical standards, quality of care and inventory
Establishes medical protocols
Oversees transfer of medical cases from doctor to doctor
Minimizes waste and controls costs relating to medical supplies, surgical instruments, and drug inventories
Leading Staff and Practice
Participates in the recruiting and interviewing process for doctors, and when appropriate general staff members
Monitors doctor performance and production
Develops and monitors hospital-specific client compliance protocols and procedures
Participates in technician appraisal and medical counseling sessions
Ensures all medical staff receive applicable training, including the mentoring of new graduates
Supports the Hospital Manager with staff training programs and tracking CE and DVM/VMD licensure
Drives revenue and hospital contribution growth, which includes managing all hospital expenses
Assists in the preparation of an annual planning strategy, operating budget and capital budget
Monitors key financial reports
Growing the Practice
Drives patient visits and encourages community involvement
Embraces change and supports innovative programs within the hospital
Monitors client service, marketing, and NVA growth initiatives
Seeks out ways to innovate operational practices that improve the growth of the practice
NVA is a leading global veterinary community of more than 1,400 veterinary hospitals and pet resorts united in the love of animals and the people who love them. Our animal care ecosystem spans the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Rooted in a culture of compassion, innovation and collaboration, NVA champions each hospital's unique culture and provides the support and opportunities veterinary teams need to deliver exceptional care to pets and their families.